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Pioneer AVH-X7800BT Receiver Firmware 8.15 Download

Posted at July 24, 2024 by PCI-DB Team

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Device NamePioneer AVH-X7800BT Receiver Firmware 8.15
CategoryFirmware
ManufacturerPioneer
File Size18.3 MB
Supported OSOS Independent

Pioneer AVH-X7800BT Receiver Firmware 8.15 Description

This firmware update contains the following improvements:

- Fixed incompatibility issues of virtual keyboard with iOS8
- Fixed the issue of channel list display for SiriusXM Radio
- Improvement of connectivity for Spotify
- Minor bug fixes

CAUTION

- DO NOT turn your unit off or disconnect the USB storage device while the firmware is being updated.
- You can only update the firmware when the vehicle is stopped and the parking brake is engaged.
- DO NOT perform this firmware update if the model number of your Pioneer DVD Receiver isn’t compatible.
- Ensure that the update file is located within the root (top) folder of your USB storage device. There should be no other files within the USB storage device.
- While your unit is being updated, DO NOT turn off the system’s power and DO NOT touch the unit’s touchscreen as this may result in severe damage to your unit.
- DO NOT remove the USB storage device during the firmware update process.
- Disconnect any external mobile devices that are currently connected to your unit

Checking the firmware version

- Start the vehicle engine.
- Press the [Home] button.
- Touch the following keys in the following order: Settings > System
- Scroll down the list and touch [System Information]
- Touch [Firmware information].
- After the “Firmware Information” screen appears, check the firmware version.
- Verify that the firmware on your unit is not already the latest.

Updating the Firmware on Your Unit

- Download and unzip the downloadable archive.
- Connect a blank (formatted) USB storage device to your computer, and then locate and copy the .AVH file onto the USB storage device.
- Start the vehicle engine.
- Connect the USB storage device to the USB input on your unit.
- Set the audio source to “OFF” on your unit.
- Press the [Home] button.
- Touch the keys below in the following order: Settings > System.
- Scroll down the list and touch [System information].
- Touch [Firmware Update].
- The “Firmware Update” screen appears.
- Touch [Continue].
- Read the “WARNING,” then touch the [Start] button to start the update process. If it shows “ERROR” on the display, try another USB device
- After starting, there will be a progress bar while updating.
- Display will show “It succeeded…” when the update is complete.
- The product will reboot after the update is finished. Do not touch anything even when the screen is blacked out. After it has finished rebooting, the screen will return to the menu screen.
- The firmware update is now complete. Your Pioneer DVD Receiver is now ready for use

About A/V Receivers:

Each Audio-Video Receiver (A/V Receiver) is powered by a firmware version that enables all of its features and allows users to make the most of the device. Updating the firmware can bring various changes that should boost performance, such as improved compatibility with different multimedia file formats.

In order to do so, usually, you must transfer the firmware onto an empty USB storage device, connect the flash drive to the A/V Receiver, and initiate the upgrade process from the device’s setup menu.

However, this task must be carefully performed in a steady power environment, by someone who has completely read and understood all the installation steps or by a power user (recommended) – an update failure can cause your receiver's software to encounter serious malfunctions.

Therefore, if you think that this release can improve your audio-video receiver in any way, get the desired version through the available download button and apply the new firmware; if not, check with our website as often as possible so that you don’t miss the update that might improve your device.

  It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.

Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed an incorrect or mismatched driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.

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